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Electric Type Pokemon

Electric Type Pokémon are one of the eighteen different Types in Pokémon Go. Electric Pokémon are strong against Flying and Water Types, but are weak against Ground.
There are a total of 9 Different Electric Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are a total of 6 Pure Single Electric Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are a total of 3 Dual Electric Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
Electric Offensive Type EffectivenessAll Pokemon Types
Electric Type Moves are Super Effective Against:





XElectric Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:










Electric Defensive Type Effectiveness

These Types are Not Very Effective Against Electric Pokémon:






XThese Types are Super Effective Against Electric Pokémon:

Electric Type Pokémon
#PicNameType 1Type 2
#025
PikachuElectric
#026
RaichuElectric
#081
MagnemiteElectricSteel
#082
MagnetonElectricSteel
#100
VoltorbElectric
#101
ElectrodeElectric
#125
ElectabuzzElectric
#135
JolteonElectric
#145
ZapdosElectricFlying

3 comments :

Malcolm Pelletier said...

Trying to provide some info here - I have been in two locations since the app came out: Cape Cod and a forested suburban town in NY state. In Cape Cod, I encountered every non-evolved non-legendary electric type at least once (Pikachu, Magnemite, Electabuzz and Voltorb). In the suburb I have seen zero electric-type pokemon (note that I have been there only about 24 hours so far).

The differences between places I think might have an influence on this are: ('A' is cape cod, 'B' is the suburb)

A is by the ocean, B is not
A is located near hotels and resort areas, B is not
(This may be significant as many electric-types were spotted near a Sandals parking lot)
A is located near an area of sand dunes, B is not
A is on the outskirts of Provincetown, a high-traffic urban area. B is located near a smaller, lower-traffic urban area.
A is near many tourist locations, B is not
B is located near many forested areas, A is not
A may be closer than B to a major highway (uncertain)
A is within a few miles of a lighthouse (notable because of the electric-type Ampharos serving as a lighthouse beacon in Gold and Silver)

NOTE: B is within about 5 miles of a power plant, while A is significantly further. This may indicate that power plants, often associated with electric-types in the games, are not related to electric-type locations in pokemon go.

ALSO NOTE: Electric types were found in fair weateher at A, and none were found in either fair weather of a lightning storm at B. Weather thus may not affect electric-type locations (and no indication has been given by niantic that local weather data is used by the app)

Malcolm Pelletier said...

*fair weather OR a lightning storm (not "of")

Aaron Poyner said...

Thanks Malcolm!

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